Invisible cities, Horses, Love, Extreme Horse, barpeople, Sea, Volcano, Ancient, Atlantian a series of paintings by Vasiliki Kappa
   
 
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Settlements and ruins fables and heroes. Hidden mysteries. From antiquity until today there is the same vibration.Invisible cities belong to the world, every part of the world that keeps alive the memory of past cities.

My villages have two faces: one obvious, one hidden. I paint them as I remember them, I purify them from any realistic detail, trying to create a short chromatic summary of each place and reproduce the feeling you get when you see it for the first time.

All paintings are based on real places that I have visited. Τhe viewer is free to find his own cities behind mine, which remain invisible to me.

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Η Βασιλική Κάππα, πειραματίζεται με ευρεία γκάμα εικαστικών εργαλείων ενώ η ζωγραφική της δουλειά είναι οργανωμένη σε "αφηγηματικές" ενότητες με αλληγορικές προεκτάσεις. Οι συχνές ανάγλυφες επιφάνειες και οι απρόσμενοι χρωματικοί συνδυασμοί, δημιουργούν ένα εκρηκτικό σύμπαν, άλλοτε ενσωματώνοντας το αυτό σε ζωγραφικά μέρη οικεία στην ονειρική μνήμη και στο συναίσθημα κι άλλοτε σχολιάζοντας τον κόσμο με εικόνες αιχμηρές κατασκευασμένες με τεχνικές multimedia,η καλλιτέχνις, χρησιμοποιεί την εικαστική γλώσσα ως όχημα ταξιδιού.
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Invisible Cities
 
Placed on this landscape villages and cities seem fragile. I always felt that if I closed my eyes they would disappear, as if they had never been there, that houses should try hard to stay together, otherwise this chromatic wildness would swallow them.
Everywhere under the ground hidden remnants of ancient buildings. Ancient cities were more than buildings they were living organisms.
 
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Invisible cities, Horses, Love, Extreme Horse, barpeople, Sea, Volcano, Ancient, Atlantian a series of paintings by Vasiliki Kappa (c) 2010 KOYINTA web